The Elizabethan collar is an irreplaceable remedy for helping animals, usuallycatand dogs, heal by preventing them from licking their injured body parts. Though pets usually hate them (Pixar’s movie “Up” popularized this collar’s new name – the “cone of shame”), some users have gotten creative and fixed up their pets’ boring collars with a bit of imagination.

These designs probably won’t help ease your pet’s physical or psychological discomfort much, but at least now they won’t look so grumpy! Here are 12 funny and creative examples showing what you can do with your pets’ collars while they’re still wearing them. Be sure that you pet is kept safe after your adjustments and is not overcrowded with too much stuff.


 

Pixar

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Like A Sir

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Classy Dog

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Death Star

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Yellow Flower

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Martini

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Moustache Cat

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Crafted Cone Of Shame

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Superman

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Flowers

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Christmas Cone of Shame

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Batman

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